After the arrest of a 26-year-old Syrian in Mainz, Germany, has asked the Dutch police to the extradition of the man.
Him and four other men were arrested on Saturday in the port city of Rotterdam, is the preparation of a terrorist attack in the Netherlands accused of. This is a spokesman of the police of Rotterdam said on Sunday.
About the details of the allegations have been made, no details: The investigations were still in full swing.
“We are with the German authorities,” – quoted by the Dutch broadcasting, NOS, on Sunday to demand a police spokesman for the Delivery. They wanted to demonstrate the extent of the threat in detail.
The German investigators informed the General Prosecutor’s office in Koblenz am going to as soon as possible request the issuing of an extradition warrant. The custody judge of the district court in Mainz had previously adopted a so-called holding arrangement. The 26-Year-old to stay so long in detention in Germany, to the Oberlandesgericht had decided to Koblenz on the Extradition warrant. Not before the end of the coming week you will expected to take a decision about it.
The 26-year-old Syrians had been detained according to information from the Rhineland-Palatinate state criminal police office (LKA) on Saturday. He had been in Germany under criminal law. According to the Dutch police, he has his residence in Rotterdam.
name of the four in Rotterdam arrested men in the case of the Dutch police only that they were between 20 and 30 years old and came from “non-Western” countries. According to the NOS, one of the arrested has a Syrian Background, and another an Egyptian. A total of six apartments had been searched. Weapons had not been found. Wanted to this report, the police take no position.
In June, two men were arrested in Rotterdam because of an alleged planned attack on security forces in the Netherlands. In September, there were seven arrests of men who were planning, according to the authorities, a larger stop. Of these, three are from Rotterdam and Rotterdam came to the suburb.
The Rhineland-Palatinate interior Minister Roger Lewentz (SPD), who thanked the participating forces. “The successful arrest action has shown that the cooperation with the Dutch police in countries across the Rhineland-Palatinate police is prepared for such operations.”